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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroWinter

Chapter 8 Consideration and Privity

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Gratuitous promise: is a promise for which nothing of legal value is given in exchange. Consideration: exists when a party wither gives (or promises to
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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroWinter

Chapter 7 The Nature and Creation of Contracts

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Chapter 7: the nature and creation of contracts. Contract: is an agreement that creates rights and obligations that can be enforced in law. Meeting of
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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroWinter

Chapter 6 Negligence

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Tort of negligence: determines whether the defendant can be held liable for carelessly causing the plaintiff to suffer a loss or injury. Example: inves
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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroWinter

Chapter 5 Miscellaneous Torts Affecting Business

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Tort of conspiracy: usually occurs when two or more defendants agree to act together with the primary purpose of causing the plaintiff to suffer a fina
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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroWinter

Chapter 4 Intentional Torts

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Intentional torts: involve intentional, rather than merely careless, conduct (assault, battery, invasion of privacy, false imprisonment, trespass to la
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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroWinter

Chapter 3 Introduction to Torts

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Tort: generally consist of a failure to fulfill a private obligation that was imposed by law. Tort refers to a breach of a private obligation. An oblig
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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroWinter

Chapter 2 Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution

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Litigation: is the system of resolving disputes in court. Who can sue and not sue: a general rule is that all adults are free to use the canadian court
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RYERSONLAW 122Jane MonroWinter

Chapter 1 Risk Management & Sources of Law

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RYERSONITM 301Franklyn PrescodFall

Chapter 2 Physical Layer.docx

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No transmission facility can transmit signals without losing some power in the process. Distortion: all transmission facilities diminish different four
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RYERSONITM 301Franklyn PrescodFall

Chapter 5 The Network Layer

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Network layer: is concerned with getting packets from the source all the way to destination. The network layer is the lowest layer that deals with end
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RYERSONITM 301Franklyn PrescodFall

Chapter 4 Medium Access Control Sublayer PART 2

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The 802. 11 standard defines three different classes of frames in the air: data, control, and management. Each of these has a header with a variety of
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RYERSONITM 301Franklyn PrescodFall

Chapter 3 Data Link Layer.docx

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RYERSONITM 301Franklyn PrescodFall

Chapter 4 Medium Access Control Sublayer.docx

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RYERSONITM 301Franklyn PrescodFall

Chapter 1 Introduction.docx

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Computer networks: a collection of autonomous computers interconnected by a single technology; two computers are said to be interconnected if they are
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RYERSONECN 204Paul MissiosWinter

ECN 204 Lecture Notes - Aggregate Demand, Dynamic Inconsistency, Disinflation

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Left on their own, economies tends to fluctuate. Pessimism of households and firms causes a fall in aggregate demand which causes a recession = no bene
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RYERSONECN 204Paul MissiosWinter

ECN 204 Lecture Notes - Edmund Phelps, Phillips Curve, Aggregate Supply

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Chapter 16: the short run tradeoff between inflation and unemployment. Phillips curve: a curve that shows the short-run tradeoff between inflation and
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RYERSONECN 204Paul MissiosWinter

ECN 204 Lecture Notes - Open Market Operation, Fiscal Policy, Aggregate Demand

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Chapter 15: influence of monetary and fiscal policy on aggregate demand. Monetary and fiscal policy can each influence aggregate demand- a change in on
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RYERSONECN 204Paul MissiosWinter

ECN 204 Lecture Notes - Aggregate Demand, Aggregate Supply, Classical Dichotomy

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Recession: falling incomes and rising unemployment when normal growth does not occur, more sever is called a depression. Fact 1: economic fluctuations
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RYERSONECN 204Paul MissiosWinter

ECN 204 Lecture Notes - Loanable Funds, Real Interest Rate, Foreign Exchange Market

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Chapter 13: a macroeconomic theory of the open economy. In 1999, canada"s nco turned positive and remained so till 2008, canadians were buying more for
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RYERSONECN 204Paul MissiosWinter

ECN 204 Lecture Notes - Foreign Direct Investment, Loanable Funds, Real Interest Rate

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Closed economy: an economy that does not interact with other economies in the world. Open economy: an economy that interacts freely with other economie
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RYERSONECN 204Paul MissiosWinter

ECN 204 Lecture Notes - Nominal Interest Rate, Gdp Deflator, Classical Dichotomy

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Inflation: is an increase in the overall level of prices. Hyperinflation: is an extraordinarily high rate of inflation. Historical aspect of inflation:
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RYERSONECN 204Paul MissiosWinter

ECN 204 Lecture Notes - Fractional-Reserve Banking, Reserve Requirement, Demand Deposit

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If there were no money, people would have to depend on barter which is the exchange of one good/service for another good/service. It requires the doubl
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RYERSONECN 204Paul MissiosWinter

ECN 204 Lecture Notes - Structural Unemployment, Unemployment Benefits, Efficiency Wage

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Natural rate of unemployment: refers to the amount of unemployment that the economy normal experiences. Cyclical unemployment: refers to the year to ye
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RYERSONECN 204Paul MissiosWinter

ECN 204 Lecture Notes - Loanable Funds, Unemployment Benefits, Investment Canada

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Chapter 8 saving, investment, and the financial system. Financial system: the group of institutions in the economy that help to match one person"s savi
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RYERSONECN 204Paul MissiosWinter

ECN 204 Lecture Notes - Foreign Direct Investment, Diminishing Returns, Human Capital

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Productivity: the quantity of goods and services produced from each hour of a worker"s time. Y= real gdp (quantity of output produced), l = quantity of
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RYERSONECN 204Paul MissiosWinter

ECN 204 Lecture Notes - Gdp Deflator, Nominal Interest Rate, Real Interest Rate

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Consumer price index: a measure of the overall cost of the goods and services bought by a typical customer (stats canada computes this every month) How
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RYERSONECN 204Paul MissiosWinter

ECN 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Intermediate Good, Final Good, Seasonal Adjustment

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Gross domestic product (gdp): measures the total income of a nation. Gdp measures two things at once: the total income of everyone in the economy and t
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RYERSONECN 204Paul MissiosWinter

ECN 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Economic Equilibrium, Demand Curve, Shortage

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Chapter 4: the market forces of supply and demand. Market: is a group of buyers and sellers of a particular good or service. The buyers as a group dete
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RYERSONECN 204Paul MissiosWinter

ECN 204 Lecture Notes - Absolute Advantage, Opportunity Cost, Comparative Advantage

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Absolute advantage: the comparison among producers of a good according to their productivity. The producer that requires a smaller quantity of inputs t
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RYERSONECN 204Paul MissiosWinter

ECN 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Opportunity Cost, Negative Number, Scientific Method

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RYERSONECN 204Paul MissiosWinter

ECN 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Marginal Utility, Marginal Cost, Opportunity Cost

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Economics: the study of how society manages it scarce resources. How do people decide how much to work = time is a scarce resource, not enough time to
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RYERSONITM 200VikirminWinter

Chapter 7 200.docx

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RYERSONITM 200VikirminWinter

ITM 200 Lecture Notes - Reserved Word

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Chapter 5 200.docx

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Precedence: brackets, multiplication, divison, remainder, addition, subtraction. If & else statements if (<test>) then <statement s1> else. Student pas
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RYERSONITM 200VikirminWinter

ITM 200 Lecture Notes - Delimiter, Substring

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It has a textbox in which the user may type in a string (input). A input box will appear on the screen asking you to enter your first integer. Suspose
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RYERSONITM 200VikirminWinter

ITM 200 Lecture Notes - Dialog Box, Dollar Sign, Double-Precision Floating-Point Format

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ITM 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Input Device, Logic Programming, Structured Programming

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Strings of characters (hello welcome to the show) Process: list of instructions which if carried out will achieve the desired result. Output: there is
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RYERSONITM 200VikirminWinter

ITM 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: High-Level Programming Language, Java Bytecode, Floppy Disk

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Hardware: you can physically check; cpu, memory, hard disk, floppy disk, monitor, printer, communication devices. Software: instructions to the compute
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